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. we also learned about krystle campbell. she died in the blast. she came yesterday to watch her friend cross the finish line. her mom says she worked 16-hour days at a local seafood restaurant but was never too tired to share her love, never too tired to share her smile. she was 29 years old. martin richard was just eight years old. his sign says, no more hurting people. dozens of lives changed forever. we honor them tonight and we also honor this strong city. this is not a city under siege. this is not a city of fear tonight. yes, people may be holding their kids a little tighter, keeping their eyes open a little wider, but this is a city where today life and love and liberty continue. people went jogging today. they walked their dogs, they brought their children to the playground and to the schools. boston has been battered, yes, but it is by no means broken. not now, not ever. we have learned from 9/11 and perhaps what we've learned most is that in the face of horror and hate, we must all stand tall, stand proud and stand together and never, ever let anyone with a bomb and a backpac
. today we learned about krystle campbell who died in the blast. she came yesterday to watch her friend cross the finish line. her mom said she worked 16 hour days at the local seafood restaurant but was never too tired to share her love or her smile. she was just 29 years old. martin richard was just 8 years old, his mother and 6-year-old sister recovering from surgery tonight. the sign he's holding in that photo for the second grade peace march reads, no more hurting people. we'll talk more about martin richard tonight, three lives lost, dozens more forever changed. we honor them and also this strong city. for all that has happened here, you should know this is not a city under siege. this is not a city of fear. yes, people may be holding their kids a little tighter, keeping their eyes open a little wider, but this is a city where today life and love and liberty continue. people went jogging today, they walked their dogs, brought their children to the playground and to school. boston has been battered, but it is by no means broken, not now, not ever. we've learned from 9/11 and perhap
across the street. there will also be a private funeral for krystle campbell today. there was a public wake for campell in her hometown of medford sunday. hundreds lined up to pay their respects to the 29-year-old who friends and family say was always smiling. >> she never let anything bother her, you know? just always loved life and really was just a genuine great person. >> reporter: and tonight there will be a memorial service at boston university for lingzi lu, the b.u. grad student killed in the blast. the fbi has also asked to speak with the wife of the older brother tamerlan. she is in a home in rhode island with her parents. her lawyer is now discussing how they will move forward. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in boston. thank you, susan. >>> for now federal officials have decided not to read tsarnaev his miranda rights. miranda rights inform criminals of their right to remain silent and their right to an attorney. this is allowed on a limited basis when the public may be in immediate danger, and there are those like senator lindsey graham who say tsarnaev should be consideredn
and continue to pray for healing and comfort. also killed, krystle campbell, went to the marathon every year to cheer on the runners. ling lingzi lu was the victim. two seconds exploded within minutes of each other triggering a five-day nightmare in boston. 58 people are still hospitali hospitalized. sean collier was the fourth person to die allegedly killed by tsarnaev brothers. he was fatally shot while sitting in his car late thursday night. >> the manhunt has ended in two very different ways for the bombing suspects one brother is dead and of course the other brother right now captured and now it's time for investigators to focus on the full puzzle and figure out what may have motivated the two brothers described in the past as normal. >> joe johns joins us now from washington. what's the fbi telling us about their priority questioning of the older now dead suspect? >> they did question the older now dead suspect two years ago and this was an individual who actually had a foreign government request that they question this individual. they went to see him. they talked to him and then they
: second fatality, krystle campbell, from a suburb north of boston, 29 years old. she was on boylston street when the explosions went off. >> what type of daughter was she, ma'am? >> she was the past best. i couldn't ask for a better daughter. >> krystle would have turned 30 on may 3rd. the third victim, a chinese national and graduate student at boston university, studying statistics. the injured continue to recover and tell their stories. anderson cooper spoke exclusives to ron in his hospital room. >> were you knocked to the grown? >> i wasn't knocked to the ground. i absolutely knew i was hit sw something. the pain that shot through my leg was incredible. >> reporter: meanwhile, across the country, tributes to remember those lost, with the red sox playing in cleveland, the indians held a moment of silence for the bombing victims, and the new york yankees put their rivalry aside tuesday night, to pay their respects. posting this message on the yankee stadium marquee, united we stand and playing the fenway park favorite "sweet caroline" in the bronx. ♪ sweet caroline bum, bum, bum
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